Under Florida law, it is illegal to sell or deliver any controlled substance or to possess a controlled substance with the intent of selling or delivering it. Unlike some possession charges, distribution charges are always a felony and, if a conviction is reached, can come with serious legal ramifications. If you've been accused, the time to speak with proven defense counsel is now.
At Tinny, Meyer & Piccarreto, P.A., we have navigated countless drug cases through our local justice system and consistently secured the best possible outcome for our clients. If you've been charged with drug distribution, our team of proven Clearwater drug crime lawyers is prepared to examine the facts of your case, identify any missteps by the state, and aggressively pursue every avenue towards a reduction or dismissal.
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Like other drug crimes, the seriousness of a drug distribution charge depends on a number of different factors. While drug distribution is always considered a felony, there is a dramatic latitude for sentencing in these cases based on the perceived seriousness of the offense.
The seriousness of a drug distribution charge depends on:
Often times, these cases are subject to Fourth Amendment violations, in which law enforcement oversteps their allowances when it comes to search and seizure. To have your case examined for this type of error, and others that could invalidate the charges against you, call us at Tinny, Meyer & Piccarreto, P.A. today.
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